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Coastal Communities Must Plan for the Future Instead of Planning from the Past By Devyani Kar – Environmental Defense Fund – September 28, 2018 Ecosystem restoration planning has traditionally been based on a desire to restore a system to some … Continue reading

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Environmental Impact Bonds Can Help Make Coastal Communities Safer, Sooner. Here’s How. By Shannon Cunniff – Environmental Defense Fund – August 14, 2018 Last year’s hurricane season was the most destructive disaster season in U.S. history, causing $265 billion in damage and forcing more … Continue reading

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By Melissa Mullineaux, Summer Intern, ASWM As many of you may know, Louisiana is currently in a state of emergency according to Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards, due to recent torrential rainfall and flash flooding in the Baton Rouge area. … Continue reading

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Watch how Louisiana’s coastline has vanished over the last 80 years By Brad Plumer – Vox – August 30, 2014 Over the last 80 years, Louisiana has lost nearly 2,000 square miles of coastland — land that has simply vanished … Continue reading

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Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Blog by Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Lawyer, Erich P. Rapp

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